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are going to walk away sick? >>> lance talks to oprah. did lance armstrong help himself or make it worse last night? was he really telling the truth? >>> and girls night. after the try yump, their message for shy children everywhere. they're our persons of the week. >>> good evening. on this friday night as we come on the air, the drama is still playing out in the desert. the workers, including americans taken hostage by terrorists with ties to al qaeda. the algerian army is still trying to end the dangerous showdown. we are hearing harrowing stories from those who managed to get out alive. martha raddatz is overseas following every new twist in this story tonight. martha? >> reporter: diane, we now know that one american is dead. the family has been notified. as this bloody assault intensifies. algerian special forces moving in, trying to end this stand-off with the terror group once and for all. >> reporter: the assault tonight is a deadly mission. the gas plant has been ringed with explosives by the hostage takers, not to mention all that gas. it's a dangerous mix. images tonight on a
off tonight. >> reporter: wearing a sports coat and looking calm, lance armstrong revised history, and admitted to oprah that he used performance enhancing drugs. >> i think the entire interview was difficult. i would say he did not come clean in the manner that i expected. >> reporter: it turns out he really was on more than just his bike. he's been accused of running up a doping bill investigators have pegged at more than $1 million. andy andy tauping officials describe a ghoulish list of medical enhancements -- blood transfusions, up to twice in three weeks during the tour, along with epo, testosterone, cortisone and an extract of calves blood called actovegin. ex-teammate floyd landis described in an abc news exclusive, a cloak and dagger strategy that even involved injecting drugs hidden in the team bus on the side of the road. >> and the blood would be taped on the wall or hung up at a certain level above your head so that gravity caused it to run in your veins and then you leave. >> reporter: landis was attacked by armstrong for his admission and he wasn't alone. armstrong
everyone was talking about and debating today. oprah winfrey and champion biker lance armstrong. more than three million people watched trying to gauge his confession, his remorse. neal karlinsky studied armstrong's answers and we wondered, did he finally tell the truth? >> reporter: if lance armstrong's goal in talking with oprah was a shot at redemption, he may have just taken a big step backwards. >> i view this situation as one big lie that i repeated a lot of times. >> reporter: but federal investigators say, even now, he's still lying. one of the biggest, armstrong told oprah he stopped doping in 2005. >> you did not do a blood transfusion -- >> absolutely not. >> -- in 2009? you did no doping or blood transfusions in 2010? >> absolutely not. 2009 and 2010, those were the two years i did the tour. absolutely not. >> reporter: yet today investigators tell abc news that armstrong's bloodwork from his 2009 tour de france shows clear blood manipulation consistent with banned transfusions. so why admit to some doping but not all? investigators say it's to keep within the statute of limita
livestrong staff members, sources tell abc news lance armstrong took responsibility for the damage his actions have caused the livestrong foundation. the cancer charity he founded and which helped turn him from athlete to global icon. it's not just about the drugs, but the defiance, his categorical insistence that he never cheated, now coming back to haunt him. >> i have never doped. >> reporter: you could see it in his unflinching glare. for more than a decade, on tv, to fans, sponsors and cancer survivors. >> the cynics, and the skeptics, i'm sorry for you. i'm sorry you can't dream big. i'm sorry you don't believe in miracles. >> reporter: even under oath -- >> i can't be any clearer that i've never taken drugs. >> reporter: today, sources say armstrong is attempting to apologize by phone to a select few former friends, including ex-teammate floyd landis, who broke his silence to abc news in 2010 and sparked armstrong's downfall. >> i think that the team had become paranoid that the police or somebody was watching the hotel rooms. >> reporter: but can a tell-all with oprah repair th
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